, calls in to talk about drugs and alcohol and how they affect transgender people.
, a Canadian media artist who is an advocate for girls who make their living on and off the street in Toronto.
Program Details: GenderTalk #123
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September 13, 2015
I have a question...
No offense, and all DUE respect, but why is this genre given its own section? Trans makes up not even one half of one percent of the population. I understand it's the "flavor of the month" to borrow an outdated/passe' phrase, but can archive.org leave topical and dated items alone, and stick to classic, timeless items to provide its own.. section (or whatever these are called). IF this site wants to create specialty program listings, why not make one up for the people fixated on gastro-issues (those people who like to talk about 'poop'- there are more of those in sheer numbers than even homosexual community or trans, yes two separate people I KNOW) or, yet another specialty: Goth, or even "asexuals" or say, those who like to be called "autism spectrum"? What is Archive.org's motive? It surely is not to address an "ignored people" as Trans are on every headline, every tv show, etc. If anything- they are "super-addressed"! odd, very odd.